Category: Manchester Property Market

House prices in Manchester continue to rise faster than anywhere in the country

Manchester remains the number one UK property hotspot, after it was revealed today that property values in the city increased faster than any other in the country. The average price of a home in Manchester increased by 8.4% compared with the same month a year earlier thanks to a surge in transactions, while Leicester and […]

Manchester – A hotspot for Property Investment

The release of new figures on the economic growth of major UK cities has shown that Manchester is now one of the top three of fastest growing city economies in the UK, and is predicted to create up to 27,500 new jobs by 2026, reports Bdaily. Potential investors will witness a surging boost in property […]

Property Investment Manchester

Manchester’s rising property market – a lucrative investment opportunity

Mаnсhеѕtеr іѕ presently thе mоѕt grоundеd UK property ѕhоwсаѕе outside Lоndоn, wіth the mоѕt аѕtоundіng rental уіеldѕ іn thе UK of up tо 6.02%. There is exраndіng еnthuѕіаѕm from universal ѕресulаtоrѕ, wіth tор Chіnеѕе рrореrtу ѕіtе Juwаі.соm рrороѕіng, “We еxресt London’s ѕhаrе of аggrеgаtе vеnturе to dесау ѕlоwlу аѕ Manchester аnd dіffеrеnt urbаn areas turn […]

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Manchester is still tops for foreign investment

EY report reveals foreign investment is continuing to flow into the region. Manchester remains a top place for foreign direct investment in the region outside of the capital. According to EY’s latest UK Attractiveness Survey, the north west region attracted 90 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects in 2016 – 60 per cent of which were […]

Student accommodation - A sound investment opportunity

Student accommodation – A sound investment opportunity

The UK has always been a top choice for international students to pursue further education amongst the various study destinations across the world. Statistics suggest that nearly 437,000 international students attended UK universities between the years 2014-2015 generating almost £26 billion for the economy. While there have been concerns about the international student numbers declining […]